Originally Posted by F4STFORW4RD
OK, thanks. Whether we c-bet will also depend on board texture, presumably, otherwise we would generally be shoving pre-flop?
Yeah same as cash really, board texture and what type of range villians calls with, and how likely he is to hit the flop.
What i'm getting at is that cash we're pretty much always 100 BB deep, tournies you can be 20BB deep and raise/c-betting kind of hurts you so you really want to have a plan before you raise pre-flop(just like cash), with certain hands that are good, but play poorly postflop you might consider shoving. But yeah in some cases it may be better to just fold it, but this is all very general and situational, getting back to the OP, yes raise/c-betting is profitable if you know what your doing .